June 22, 2011
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Does the Constitution Forbid the Execution of a Convicted Murderer Who Is “Actually Innocent”?
The ones convicted must have a strong family support and dedication to follow through upon proving their innocence.
As with Day, he states, that even though he was exonerated, people around him (at work) would claim to be uncomfortable with him even though they knew of his innocence. I believe this to be extremely narrow-minded, but a majority of us are this way.
If I were raped, I would most definitely be positive of who the accused was. I wonder what the women that accused and convicted the wrong men are feeling now that they have been proven innocent.